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Fully intact Wildebeest with the back drop of a volcano
Beautiful picture. We love you wildebeest. Thank you for giving us this picture.
This picture evokes so much emotion. Fantastic.
Wow, I like this wonderful shot, thumbs up
Basem Bennis, Cairo, Egypt
My sister took some pretty cool pics on her travels...
Cool shot! Lucky find... Wildebeest. Volcano. (Where were you?)
Hi Catrina, I was in Tanzania a few hours from Arusha. I can't for the life of me remember the name of the volcano. There are many volcanos in Tanzania, and we went past or around a few. I was with my dear friend Damien who recently passed away. He was a film maker who went around in his own safari truck educating local tribes on their land rights. He fought against corrupt NGO's. Basically Damien was a hero. He took me off the beaten track and into areas of "the bush" that tourists never see. So many incredible stories from that long weekend. I spent a month in Tanzania. My base was an artist residency in Arusha (http://www.warmheartart.com/0). I was working on my creative project, Zoe Bios (zoebios.com).
Terrible about your friend. But amazing that you got to be in Tanzania for a month + got access to the back roads and etc. Super cool. Good luck w Zoe Bios, Katie! <3
Love the composition! Shows both frailty and power of nature!
Love it Katie! Looks professional. You have a great eye. Awesome
It's simply an AMAZING shot! Great angle and framing. Overall awesome composition, great depth of field. Cheers!!
zoebio is truly inspiring! i love! x
Amazing picture! Great job!
a wild beast. tamed. eaten and consumed. energy transferred from something to nothing to something that will be. circle of life starts with lifting the pen. bravo zoe!
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